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Business leaders take on the ultimate fitness challenge with XYZ’s UP Fitness

UP, who are currently based within the Old Granada Studios, Manchester and will be moving to the XYZ building, had their team of experts on hand to demonstrate a range of strongman movements and bodyweight training.

Business leaders were put to the challenge by personal training experts from Ultimate Performance (UP).

With gyms in London, Marbella, Manchester, Singapore, Hong Kong and Seoul, UP recently held a lunchtime conditioning show at Spinningfields.

Experts unveiled their fitness prowess with business leaders challenge at Spinningfields lunchtime conditioning show at Spinningfields Square, challenging local business leaders, including Chris Marsh from UKFast, David Gee, founder of Jam PR and UP transformation star and Lisa Morton, MD of Rolan Dransfield.

UP, who are currently based within the Old Granada Studios, Manchester and will be moving to the XYZ building being developed by Allied London in Spinningfields, had their team of experts on hand to demonstrate a range of strongman movements and bodyweight training.

Nick Mitchell from UP said: “We simply don’t do things by halves at UP and this 45-minute session which took place at the heart of Spinningfields, challenged 16 brave business people in a mix of activities, including the dreaded Farmer’s Walk.

“We have already built up a great client base in Manchester with our unique concept and are excited about our move to the XYZ building and challenging and transforming the health and fitness of the growing business community”.

Chris Reay, estate director for Spinningfields and one of the competitors of the challenge said: “Ultimate Performance has a very fresh and unique way of working and their business model, vision and ultimately client body transformations are testament to their success.

“From their current home at Old Granada Studios they have quickly made their mark on Manchester, but it’ll be great to in a much more prominent location when they move into the XYZ building.”

Ultimate Performance (UP) was founded by Nick Mitchell in 2009 an dnow employs more than 110 trainers across locations in the UK, Europe and Asia with openings in L.A, Dubai planned for this year.